3A) Peter, Lois, Stewie, Chris, Meg, Brian
- 1/2/2010 10:09:46 PM Posted in: Off-Topic
1/2/2010 6:34:26 PM
While I find both to be amusing, South Park has considerably more substance and doesn't leave me feeling empty and bored immediately after it is over.Posted in: General Discussion
1/2/2010 6:33:33 PM
I don't have a request for you or anything. I just wanted to thank you again for making mine. I really like it.Posted in: General Discussion
1/2/2010 6:32:37 PM
1A) Sol. "The Sun" is a title, as many stars are considered suns. Only ours is called Sol, though. :)Posted in: Off-Topic
1/2/2010 6:29:36 PM
Would it be any fun if it wasn't?Posted in: Off-Topic
1/2/2010 6:27:11 PM
Actually, pretty basic physics explains the whole arrows thing. It's the difference between firing the bolt from above while in forward motion and at close range compared to firing from far away, on the ground, while retreating. One will definitely have considerably more energy than the other. ;)Posted in: General Discussion
But I'm not a math person, so I wont try and back up my claims. Anyways, like you guys were saying, it's just a movie anyways, so who cares really?
1/2/2010 6:21:30 PM
I just got an automated happy birthday message from the forums and it's not my birthday until tomorrow. What timezone are the boards operating on anyways?Posted in: Off-Topic
12/30/2009 12:56:47 PM
Akara: 25Posted in: General Discussion
12/28/2009 3:35:46 AM
Umpa65, I actually read your entire post and agree with a lot of the things you said (though, to be honest, it seems like when it comes to this movie everyone on both sides of the fence are just repeating themselves over and over again). I think it's important to think of a movie like this less as "have we experienced this idea before?" and more like "what does this new version of the idea offer us?". In many cases, the answer will just be "entertainment". In this case, though, I think there is more.Posted in: General Discussion
Beyond the obvious 'splosions and pretty shiny things that keep this movie interesting to the eye, the relate-ability of the characters was tremendous, despite their obvious physical differences. They still felt genuine (at least to me) within the context of the film and the na'vi were an interesting, if not totally original, group of primitive warriors.
I think, perhaps, the most important point to make about this film, though, is that James Cameron has been imagining all this since he was a child. The script was finished over 15 years ago. The only reason this story didn't exist many, many years ago was because it was not technically possible at the time. How much less 'cliche' would this story have been in 1995 than it is now? Considerably.
In the end it just comes down to personality of the viewer. What they feel they have seen enough of vs. what they care enough about to see again. What they enjoy vs. what they would rather avoid, etc, etc. As long as you watch it before you bash it, I have no problem with anyone disliking it - not to mention, as long as they let me keep my own opinion as well.
12/25/2009 8:39:43 PM
Hi, Psyxix. I was wondering if you would be kind enough to make me a signature. My experience with Photoshop is minimal to say the least and it was annoying for me to even have to crop a picture for my Avatar avatar (now I'm catching onto the fun of saying that). I don't need or want anything fancy. Just something blue and preferably Avatar-related so that it matches. Also, please take your time since Daemaro says you have been busy lately.Posted in: General Discussion
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